cayman


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a semiaquatic reptile of Central and South America that resembles an alligator but has a more heavily armored belly

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Vistra, a leading global provider of corporate, trust and fund administration services, has announced the expansion of its Cayman Islands' operations and the recruitment of a Cayman resident Managing Director.
CayFilm Cayman International Film Festival is an annual multi-day spectacular event designed to create new interest and excitement about the Cayman Islands as a world-class filming destination.
The expansion would cost about 1 million Cayman Island dollars ($1.
The Cayman Islands is a largely self-governing British Overseas Territory with close historic and political links to the United Kingdom and Jamaica.
Sime Darby Auto Peformance, the official importer of Porsche (Xetra: POR3) vehicles in Malaysia, has introduced its Porsche Cayman and Cayman S.
Cayman Airways Sets Service Between Dallas and the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Airways Cayman Airways Sets Service Between Dallas and the Cayman Islands.
The new model, which joins the existing Cayman and Cayman S versions to form a three-model range, will cost from pounds 51,731 when it goes on sale in February.
4-litre engine in the Cayman S gets an even bigger power hike of 25bhp up to a new high of 320bhp.
Emissions have been reduced by up to 16 per cent so that the Cayman with a standard six-speed manual gearbox emits 221g/km and 214g/km with PDK.
The Cayman Islands is a major offshore financial center and the registered home of thousands of corporations and financial entities.
No one familiar with the Cayman Islands would describe the atmosphere there as "frantic".
GRAND CAYMAN ISLAND, British West Indies - Jamaica may be the recognized destination for jerk chicken, but there are certain people in the know on Grand Cayman who swear that the world's best jerk chicken can only be found on this, the largest of the Cayman Islands.
If America needs a new enemy, the Cayman Islands might be a refreshing choice.
102 TC 616 (1994), in which the Tax Court held, in a reversal of its own original decision in the case, that, applying the aggregate theory of partnerships advocated by the IRS, income earned by a Cayman Islands partnership should be treated as directly earned by its controlled foreign corporation (CFC) shareholder and, therefore, subject to current U.